2003 May 05 Monday
Bill Gertz: France Helped Iraqis Escape

This may explain why the United States has not been able to capture more regime members in Iraq. The Iraqis are now Frenchmen living somewhere in the 12 EU Schengen Accord countries.

An unknown number of Iraqis who worked for Saddam Hussein's government were given passports by French officials in Syria, U.S. intelligence officials said.

If this report is true then eventually the proof will be forthcoming when some of these guys are photographed on a street in Paris or some other European city. They may opt for plastic surgery but if pictures made available of their families (say on a web site that has extensive sets of pictures for all the top Iraqi regime members along with pictures of their family members) other family members might be identified. There may even be French citizens who are sufficiently disgusted by this to report sightings. The FBI or CIA or DOD ought to put up a web site with picture collections for various Iraqi regime members with web forms where people can report suspected sightings.

Share |      By Randall Parker at 2003 May 05 11:51 PM  Europe and America

bill said at September 20, 2004 4:02 PM:

Everest's book OIL, POWER & EMPIRE Iraq and the U.S. Global agenda [relevant parts serialized] and The National Geographic June 2004 End of Cheap Oil are highly recommended reading to understand the US oil predicament, War in Iraq and Morales and Payne's systematic concerted legal effort starting with the NSA lawsuit. Thursday July 29, 2004 17:22

1 http://www.zmag.org/content/showarticle.cfm?SectionID=15&ItemID=2292
2 http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Congress/8327/buehlerpayne.html
3 http://www.jya.com/nsasuit.txt
4 http://www.aci.net/kalliste/speccoll.htm
5 http://biphome.spray.se/laszlob/cryptoag/buehler-tape.htm

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